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Tube admits a closure a day

Business district Canary Wharf saw its Tube station closed 17 times in 2016.

A FREEDOM OF Information request from BBC London has uncovered figures which show that London Underground (LU) is responsible for 360 station closures in 2016 – that’s just under one a day throughout the year. LU bosses are quick to ...

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Newark Youth fundraise for Bangladesh

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Emdad Rahman YOUNGSTERS FROM Newark Youth FC have partnered with local adults to fundraise for children affected by poverty in Bangladesh.  The football youth have taken part in various activities to fundraise and raise awareness of how young people who ...

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Free drama workshops in Whitechapel

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THE BRICK LANE CIRCLE is running a series of free drama workshops on the theme of “Living in a multi-faith society”, which will culminate in a performance. This is a community cohesion project and participants will explore issues relating to ...

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E14 robber appears in Court


AN INNOCENT 71 year old man was proceeding down Hay Currie Street, E14, on 9th December last year – when he was robbed at knifepoint. Today, 4th April 2017, justice was on the way to being done when 39 year ...

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Murder in Bow


AN ARGUMENT in Parnell Road, E3 on Monday evening (3rd April) has left a man dead – and the police are appealing for help from the public. It seems that two men were both travelling on the 488 bus and ...

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